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Watch "Professional Editorial Standards: How do they work for you?" on YouTube

Earlier this month, we presented our latest free webinar, "Professional Editorial Standards: How do they work for you?"

Did you miss this live event? No worries! We've shared the 25-minute video recording on YouTube so you can stream it on your computer or mobile device at your leisure.

Professional Editorial Standards: How do they work for you?

Watch "Professional Editorial Standards: How do they work for you?" on YouTube now.

 

 

Webinar description

Many of Canada's editors use new technologies and work in industries that are far from traditional print publishing. Technological advances and current working methods are at the heart of the latest edition of Professional Editorial Standards, Editors Canada's cornerstone publication. This new edition took effect January 1, 2017, and is now available as a free download.

So, you have your copy of Professional Editorial Standards. Now what?

  • What do you do with them?
  • How are they relevant to your work?
  • Are they only for book editors? (Spoiler: no!)
  • What kinds of changes did Editors Canada make in this new edition and why?
  • What should people who hire or work with editors know about the standards?
  • What should people who teach editors know?
 
 

Is this webinar for me?

This webinar is for anyone who works as an editor, hires or works with editors, or teaches editors. You'll learn how the standards are broadly applicable to all editors, regardless of the type of material they work on, the media and formats they work in, or how they edit.

 

Presenters

Michelle Boulton

Michelle Boulton leads a team of experienced professionals to offer services including writing, editing, translation, design, and training. She is a founding member of Editors Saskatchewan, where she held many branch executive positions, and she is a past president of Editors Canada. She was co-chair the Standards Task Force.

Moira Rayner White

Moira Rayner White has decades of experience editing, proofreading, writing, teaching, and managing projects across Canada and beyond for government and corporate clients. She is a past president of Editors Canada, as well as former chair of Editors Ottawa-Gatineau. Together with Michelle Boulton, she co-chaired the Standards Task Force.

 

Editors Canada 2016–17 webinar season

Looking for more opportunities to get your training online? Visit our webinars page to learn about our webinar season and meet our top-notch instructors.

 

Webinar recordings

Recordings of many of our recent webinars are also available for sale. When you buy an Editors Canada webinar recording, you'll receive a video file to watch at your leisure on your computer or mobile device. The file is yours to keep, so you can watch it again and again.

Visit our webinar recordings page to see what's available now. We're adding new recordings regularly and some are available for a limited time only, so be sure to check often.